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FORM B - BUILDING 

MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 
Office of the Secretary, State House, Boston 








4. Map. Draw sketch of building location 
in relation to nearest cross streets and 
other buildings. Indicate north. 



In Area no. 



Form no. 



. Town fasi fir/doe ivcrfrr 

Address tf/BSf &fi~ &»l«/0OC/ ' 

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Nam e jElmModcforth of+ht #**vS* /A0\ 



Present use 



Church 



Present owner A/SH/ CluQirh^lJtlfd^- 

3. Description: 

Date before /yiY 



Source (cXorcU rdcordr) yyt«.p*r 
Style Lfimomhgl Hi>\yian43<fU* 

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Exterior wall fabric Cl&to koA f~Js 

Outbuildings (describe) ^ 






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Approximate frontage 



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Original use S&\nt\* 



Subsequent uses (if any) and dates 



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8. Themes (check as many as applicable) 
Aboriginal 



Agricultural »^~- 

Architectural 

The Arts 

Commerce 

Communication 

Community development ^ 



Conservation 
Education 
Exploration/ 
settlement 
Industry 
Military 
Political 



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Recreation 
Religion 
Science/ 
invention 

Social/ 

humanitarian 
Transportation 



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9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) 

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lTTT^Bilaiio^api^^and/or references (such as local histories, deeds, assessor's records, 

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FORM B - BUILDING 

MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

?oa WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 






SKETCH MAP 

Show property's location in relation 
to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 



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Recorded by Joan S« Leland. 

Organization Eaat Bridgewater Hist c omm 
Date May 19, 1986 




Town Eaat Bririeflwatip.r 



Address west Street Cvsr BeJiW 

Historic Name E2jmmod ^™» Bonaa 

Use: Present Tnun Trgg Dftpartmftnt 

Original Fire House 



DESCRIPTION: 



Date 1888 



Source Tnwn Rpp.orda 



Style Ridge roof* gable to street 
Architect 



Exterior wall fabric Wood 
Outbuildings None 



Major alterations (with dates) 



Hose tower removed to roof level 197(Vfj. 



Moved No 



Date 



Approx. acreage Less than l 

Setting in Elmnood Villa^, ngxt to 

church, on lot adjacent to town-owned 
Joppa Green* Part of a proposed 
historic district. 



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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

The only nineteenth century fire house in the town which is still in 
nearly original condition. 



HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

The East Bridgewater Public Library holds the archives of the Elmwood 
Fire Company dating back to the turn of the century. These records, together 
with the building, constitute a valuable picture of fire protection in the 
community. 

„ — ■" In the early years of the Fire Company, weekly practice sessions were 
J held. The library contains photographs of the "bucket brigade" practicing 
o on a house nearby. In later years children and some elders gathered on the 
■p sidewalks of Elmwood Village to watch the company practice at 7 o'clock 
3 on summer evenings. 

^g There are memories of firemen in their dress navy blue, marching from 
the firehouse to the church next door for "Firemen's Sunday," with sprays 
of purple beech leaves in their hands. (The beautiful beech tree grew behind 

o the firehouse.) After the service they marched to Elmwood Cemetery to lay 

to the sprays on the graves of deceased members. 

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£ Men of the village met evenings in the upper room to play cards and 
talk - almost nightly. During the 20' s, 30* s, and ^O's, the Elmwood Band 

X under the direction of Carl Edson after the death of his father, M. Clifton 
Edson, met for weekly practice in the upper room. Family members sat around 
the perimeters and listened. 
BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

Archives of the Elmwood Fire Company. Historical collection, East Bridgewater 
Public Library. 

East Bridgewater. Town Report , 1888. 
Oral source: Mrs. Edna Whitmore. 



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FORM B - BUILDING 

MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

2 c ^^SHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 





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all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 




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Major alterations (with dates) 



Moved 



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Approx. acreage /£, 



Setting WVd& \ Plus* . ~Tirz£S. 
Oippo^itc Choired . RevO 



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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 



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gctb\e c^a.'/s a/o/oecLr Got£;a. 7£* 4*^^d& / 5 sy^tfv-;. 

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HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

\h)\\\<a*sA Allen tYv-a+e ' ll0 jp*a cy&hZo- A\ l> &rT ttard en ) 
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Were ofksrS cn\4-; I around 143-4 Oh. Jo^<^ of^Sos+rrn. .. 
bought H^ lo^ose. ^^ a- ^orv^^^ pla^dt^ [f, y^ 6 
\ofr-e. «^'s lot'* dau^t^jo marrrecl fc d ivcc*o( f? CL<cJ« f 3 <rn, 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 




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Ea st 3 r id g ew a t er 



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c Name Deacon 3-:i nuo] T, '.ren .-ourr 



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to nearest cross streets and/or 
peoeraDhical features. Indicate 




Researched by Leslie Angell 
Recorded by Jorm S. Lei and 



Organization al Bridgcvator Hint Cor/. 
Date Jm\e 18, l? r 'l; 




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and sides; back shingles. 
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Major alterations (with dates) 



Moved tjo 



Date 



Approx. acreage T-p ^ hhnr , nrp . 



Setting Village with homes dating 3° PC ; 
opposite Svedenbogian church and ^' 
station (18 . ). Modern rose rardcri. 



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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 
Second house on the site; first, also Keen's, destroyed by fire in IR0I4. 
The west ell of the house contains in the ceiling a large driving wheel, 
indicating that the Keen family did some of its work at home. 

The house survived a period of many years as an apartment house, but 
since 1973 has been creatively handled as an historic property, both inside 
and out. It stands out among later houses for its hipped roof, end chimneys, 
and leaded glass side and top lights on the front door. 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

The house is just west of the intersection where the shoe manufacturing 
business and tanning of leather were carried on throughout the l800 , s« 

As part of a description of "Mills and Manufactures" in East Bridgewater, local ) 
historian William Allen says of the Keens: 

In 1822, Samuel Keen and Charles Mitchell built on the Fiat field 
River, a little distance above Elmwood Bridge, a mill, in which 
for many years Samuel Keen, Jr., has manufactured shoe machinery, 
the different" kinds of which have been his own invention. 

The site of this mill is just north of the Keen house, and the back windows f^ 

overlook it. The rife chine shop was burned in 186£, but Keen was still in 

business when William Allen wrote in 1881; • It deteriorated in the early 1900' s. 

The Keen family owned and lived in the house until 1876. It was then owned 

by Mary and Nellie Edson for 66 years. It" changed hands eight times in thirty 

years, until the Angells bought it in 1973 © 

Mr. and Mrs. Angell are -on the faculty of the State College at Bridgewater. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

William Allen, "History of East Bridgewater" in Hamilton D. Hurd, History of 
Plymouth County (Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Lewis & Co., 1881;) # 

Plymouth County Registry of Deeds and Probate, Deeds Book 3157 , ?ar^< 132. 
William Allen, Chronological Tables . 






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Massachusetts Historical Commission 
80 Boylston Street 

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to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 




Recorded by CAROL SILVA 



Organization HISTORICAL COMMISSION 
T) ate NOVEMBER 7, 1987 



Town 



fast BBIDGEHAIEB 



Address 



54 WEST STREET 



Historic Nam qjENRY EPSON HOME 

PRESENT OWNERS: JOSEPH & MARY DOYLE 1971 

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IN THE BARN 
DESCRIPTION: 

Date 1857 (BOARD INSCRIBED IN HOME) 

Source PRESENT OWNER HAS COPY OF 

Style 



ORIGINAL DEED 
GREEK REVIVAL 



Architect UNKNOWN 



Exterior wall fabric VINYL OVER CLAPBOARD 



Outbuildings BARN 



Major alterations (with dates) ^SOM ET IME 
AFTER THE HOUSE WAS BUILT AN OLDER HOME WAS 
MOVED TO THE SITE AND PUSHED A€AINST THE 
BACK -OF THE ORIGINAL HOUSE. THIS WAS USED AS , 
SUMMER KITCHEN AND WOOD SHED , 



Moved 



Date 



2 ACRES MORE OR LESS 



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BACK FROM THE ROAD AT THE END OF A LONG 
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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

A REGAL GRREK REVIVAL TESTIFYING TO THE PROSPERITY OF MANUFACTURING FOOT WEAR FOR 
THE UNION TROOPS DURING THE CIVIL WAR. ACROSS THE STREET FROM ANOTHER SHOE FACTORY 
BELONGING TO EZRA KINGMAN. THE ORIGINAL BARN HAD EVIDENCE OF BEING MUCH EARLIER 
THAN THE HOUSE ITSELF. IT IS ASSUMED THAT IR WAS MOVED TO ITS LOCATION. A SMALLER 
HOME WAS ALSO ADDED TO THE REAR OF THE MAIN HOUSE AS THERE IS A DOUBLE WALL. THE 
GUNSTOCK CONSTRUCTION AND THE MORTISE AND TENON TECHNIQUE INDICATE BOTH BUILDINGS 
WERE CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO THE MAIN HOUSE. 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 
^ history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

THE ORIGINAL BARN HAD EVIDENCE OF THE SHOE TRADE (WORK BENCHES, TOOLS, ETC) THE 
PRESENT OWNERS REBUILT THE BARN IN 1971 USING 50% OF THE MATERIAL FROM THE ORIGINAL 
BARN AND DUPLICATED ITS STYLE. THE ORGINAL BUILDING MEASURED 30 X 30, ITS CHANGLING \ 
IS 24 X 24. HENRY EDSON MARRIED MARY STETSON AND THE FAMILY OWNED THE PROPERTY UNTIL 
RECENTLY. (c. 1960) THE MANUFACTURE OF FOOTWEAR FILLED A DESPARATE NEED FOR FOOTWEAR \ 
FOR THE UNION TROOPS DURING THE CIVIL WAR. 






BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

BOOK 3715 PAGE 556 1971 FRUZETTI , MICHAEL TO JOSEPH & MARY DOYLE 



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HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE ^(Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

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ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION D see continuation sheet 

Describe architectural features. Evaluate the characteristics of this building in terms of other buildings within the community. f~Tt\ 

I K\>S LOA3 CL n* C*_\^ Pui K "home uv/+">> Wiart/t V>?«.H *hlj.s 

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HISTORICAL NARRATIVE D .ree continuation sheet 

Discuss the history of the building. Explain its associations with local (or state) history. Include uses of the building, and the role(s) 

the owners/occupants played within the community. 

JzTrXz./* /\/oa^a') ica-s a- (Oroo-» in<=n"t* Shot- hvarwf5-<^" 0/,e,r 
V>omt) //,* u,,^ w«lS Hfc^'tt Keen da-u^ttr *^ S«.~.*e| K*«n ^^^ 
See^dci. £s> J^;~ *s* ^c t> i/. It *- r>ew kouse. kc/V^^eo ""t~hV& house. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES D see continuation sheet 






n Recommended for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. If checked, you must attach a completed National 
Register Criteria Statement form. 



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MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 
94 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 



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2"^'/ASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 




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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

Thi* ;s cu^> * tf r&£ J~ x * v t. Side Hal) CoIUl^ 

&w\~YOM£ g^ e? n ^ £-/?'' non£y D^&.i^e^^ ^ J^a /fey 

ea.G-A cm£- / nte<re£ji v\a • _ 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

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0\A^^t , ^h l^a-P^ mo< p Ntwrhni (LV> urcJi', II ''"5 Cy'btf t^Lm <?->} 

!3ect&™t S-hted-j hoi by /^J ^«-*"»s Uvtn&^hvrf 
v\tyf door <**\jcU Vfh-o wiovecA iv\h ~H^ls houSt^ ,, 

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/ 9 7c2_ , Sha deltahtzcL i~ht "hum i/vvf^ V\*aj We.**\ 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

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ct^L /h rc^^ni- L+tLc^LS /r^3 S*o<^ni -+>^e <n C/j^U 



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MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 






SKETCH MAP 

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geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
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Style g;d^ Hat) ^jfloyP, 

Architect 

Exterior wall fabric I & phoQJrdS* 
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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

77?/5 ,*3 ^ &idt-Ua\\ Co\fcuae Vl/iH) CUv\ UHC/Vl&Ut 

Svnall Qv\j-Ya^£& /^orch> There CU^<i 7 or f houses oQ 
eimm'lcuv %+ylt cm -He ^ocrj^ §]de of W&*t 5+vcct... ' 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local of state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) • 

1 A+ -mis -h\rc\^ v\oi4\lr\a ha^s bea^ -fou^d a\*ov1~ ) 

Royal ~[~yl** VrelT vAd lived U ere, ywo r e. Hcc^ cu ) 

7/ 1 * Wc( ' ,,v ^ yv:H U;s pav^t/a czY- loo W^f- .. 

, ^^ e ^u^ ^rtJt'y hou*L a/ (atfiJt: /^<?. /J//w 

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LASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

9-:^vSHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 




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Exterior wall fabric _^Janak_oaY^S_ 
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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

This is tZ Small Sick -ha// Cctfa.c>e, alHo 

H\,ere> is afivayr vy\ore> bom «n^ido fAa^ CnnC< 
eype^hs* ~Thtr& are, v^any of -/^/s style j h fz/Krw 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how* the building relates to the development of the community.) 

W(**y\ Mr*. Sarxilo L;lly d,'ed Dec./Qj /shp-y a+~ 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

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MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

?QA WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 





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rUr?^ Th^e. Stp^fi^ has \Af\(\& iaw/nS d^\cL H<^ roor>73 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) . 

The, T"i'r-gf deeo\ sfc^tv^ \cjl^yA he-loinQMfl -fo /TasnCsiS 

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Much or- -H),'^> heifer; a] woo -rurni &nec/ by 
cx^.d h^aYy Painty ro~rv\ a -pctsynjly tS^c^lSPt^j., cSVm? 

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MAS SACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

This ,'5 a- side* e ntrsuvL £ e CoHaye. Uv/ 7^7 -Mo 

£Un ^ ett^^ & I a-* cr* -Hy e, e^sf &cL4td .\a/..\ cl-Hn* SlvniUt- 

Ot/t a Wf d;£fWf^ /V<rw, 4-&ose V\e.cUW..rh 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

TK*«s ^°~H a 9^ Was -ftrtft \ocaie,cl cfh. ** •/ *£- W^s~t s-k 

bet-us c&n ^ / 3 c, \/ **/?&, The I cut -pa^rxly j~D I [ye, -jrh ere* 

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tv ~Ht> West ovi y-^ ^Qmo %'*dQ o-P +&& street 

Hi^ cr>i 77n& /*7f cr^e, a ^ bclcrMff 1 ry -fe S.C*Cook+ This yr- 

dauftof**; l v lary /-VanC/5 marn'ed Howard. ¥air*i+ Did -fio 
(2ook jxts»n]\y aivt^ f^ uou^o Couple I a**c\ fttJf- -H*e!r hoyrjc^ 
V\£y>T doo/ Wnlch wed huili \ly I *~<Ptf ? The hovS<L 
Stayed i n -file. &oot^ o^vo\ Paine PuUi\)t^ Until -fat. lahe_ 
fednS, Th^rcm hSehe^J aM ks VV x *h> M*rlmr\ Os*e\ \ cifrsU 
his s<L<Lfi-Yxc/ uW:Pe ^oyce. \ ,v« «/ Vi^a^ U flSe cP^/ s ^ „ ' aW, 
iv>-b "K^ ^'.S « 7>i en sci/erc?/ <Pa^)lies \ x WtJ.\x^ -hkc 

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Subsequent uses (if any) and date* 



8. Themes (check as many as applicable) 



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Agricultural^- , Education Religion 

Architectural i^ Exploration/ Science/ 

The Arts settlement l -^__ invention ^ 

Commerce ZZIZ Industry Social/ 

Communication Military humanitarian 

Community development Political Transportation 

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Town East Bridgewater 



Address 8 West Union 



Historic Name Nathan Cayleffe - Hardware 
F/j~«5-t A7&^Oh)o - 'pn.'/r/i'ng. 

Use: Present Hardware store. 



Original First floor, commercial; 
second floor, Masonic hall. 
DESCRIPTION: 

Date 1881. 

Source William Allen's Tables. 



Style 



Ital ianate. 



Architect unknown. Built by Charles H 

Goss. 
Exterior wall fabric Brick, wood, tin. 



Outbuildings None 



Major alterations (with dates) 



One-storv addition to rear, 1947. 



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Approx. acreage 1/4 acre. 



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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the coir k munity i .'), . . . . 

anting front to back. Facade I tafl lanate with 



Two-story brick, with roof slanting 

pressed tin siding. Building trim resembles that of the larger, second Masonic 
Building (12 U. Union St., q.v.j, but less ornate. Designed to house a single store on the 
ground floor and meeting hall above, the use by 1392 became store and apartment, remaining 
so until recently. These two buildings constitute the only two examples of Italianate 
style applied to commercial buildings now extant in the town. 



HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

Built by Charles H. Goss (see MHC form for 236 Elm S t.) as the charter home of 
the Satucket Lodge of Freemasons in 1881, this building within ten years was turned to 
commercial use. By 1900 Irving Horton's Seed Store occupied the first floor, with the 
family living above. Edna Whitmore and Gladys Hennessey have childhood memories of being 
taken by Mr. Horton to gather partridge berries and of the dolls and toys in his variety 
store at Christmastime. 

Still rented in the 1940's (owner unknown), the store was used for several years 
as the office for Tibbets C onstruction C ompany. 

In 1946, Nathan and Fritzie Cayleffe purchased the building, started their family 
in the upstairs apartment, and founded a never-to-be-forgotten local institution, the ^'( 
East Bridgewater Hardware Company. The hardware store for the last forty years has been 
a gathering place for do-it-yourselfers bringing their little problems to Mr. Cayleffe, 
who addresses them with sincere interest, tapping his multi-faceted craftsmanship to 
create custom-made solutions and then, if one is lucky, playing the satisfied customer 
out the door with a violin solo. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 
William Allen's Chronological Tables. 

Mrs. Edna W hitmore. 

Mr. Nathan Cayleffe. 

East Bridgewater High School, STUDENT"S PEN, advertisements, 1920-1946. 



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Date April 19, 1988 



Town East Brideewater 




Address 


1 1 West Union 


St. 


Historic 


Name American House 









Use: Present Apartments 



Original Shoe factory 
DESCRIPTION: 
Date By 1857 



Source Ply Co Map 1857; photo, 1886 



Style 



Architect 



Unknown 



Exterior wall fabric Synthetic siding 



Outbuildings None 



Major alterations (with dates) sinrp 1886 . 
probably early 1900's: Dormers second floor 

front, frnnr porch added. Ca. 1970's: End 

chimneys gone, front porch windows altered, 
synthetic siding added. 



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Date 



Approx. acreage Less than k acre 



Setting Among other buildings erected 
during the heyday of industry and rail 
travel; part of proposed National Historic 
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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

Building reflects the shape of other surviving shoe factory buildings in the 
Elmwood section of town. ' The Victorian front porch suggests the pace of 
working-class America at the turn of the century. The synthetic siding 
is not as intrusive as that on the large building to the south (no. 17). 
This building retains its historical integrity. 



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history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

By 1857, William, Vinton ' s Shoe "Manufactory", one of several in the town. 

By 1879, Nahum Poole, "saloon keeper, restaurant on Union St." 

In 1879, Nahum Poole, Gigar Manufacturer. 

By 1903, The American House, T.S.H. Rounseville, prop (and constable). (See J 

notes on 31 West Union, an earlier location of the American House.) 
Clientele of the boarding house were workers in the Old Colony 
Foundry, the Carver Cotton Gin Co., and other industries which 
abounded in the town. Located conveniently near the railroad station, 
the American House also attracted transient guests. ^ I 

Since the early 1920's, apartments. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

Plymouth County Map and Atlases, 1857, 1879, 1903. 

Brockton and Bridgewaters Street Directories, 1874-5 - 1919. 

Public Library Scrapbook, photo, vol 1, p. 48. 



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Or anization East Bridgewater Hist Comm 
Di t January 20, 1987 



Town East Bridgewater 



Address 12 West Union St. 



Historic Name Masonic Building (second) 
Present owner: Ideal (social) Club, Inc. 



Use: Present First floor, barber shop, dog 
grooming, office space. Second floor, meeting 

Original First floor commercial; 
second and third floors, meeting hails. 
DESCRIPTION: 



Date 



1892 



Source William Allen, Tables. 



Style Facade Italianate. 



Architect Unknown. After the style of 
adjacent building by Charles H. Goss(d.l883) 
Exterior wall fabric Wood Shingles back 
and sides; facade tin and wood. 
Outbuildings None. 



Major alterations (with dates) 

None. 



Moved 



No. 



Date 



Approx. acreage 



1/4 acre. 



Setting On side street in town center. 
part of proposed historic district. 



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evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

Three-story wood with Italianate facade in wood and pressed tin. Similar in 
shape to the first Masonic Building next door (see MMC form for 8 West Union St.), cculJ 
this has a more ornate facade and is about six time the size. The roof slants fromi^f; a 




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1887 Nutter Block (see MHC form for corner of U Union and Central), which later 

lost its mansard third story, so the present domination of the streetscape by the 

HflHflRlfiAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

histoiy and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

The Satucket Lodge of Freemasons had organized in 1881 in the building next to 
this one, which the Masons also built. In 1892, as the town center was thriving with 
small businesses, the Masons built this second building, moved into the third floor, and 
rented the rest of the space,, One of the first tenants was the East Bridgewater 
Public Library, which operated there from 1892 to 1897. / 

The Masons continued to use the building as a meeting place, along with the 
local Grange for part of the time, until in about 1982 they joined with other lodges 
to build the Tri-Town Masonic Temple on F ranklin Street. At this time the building 
was bought by the Ideal (social) Club. 

There have been many businesses in the store front spaces on the ground floor. 
Leonard D. Puffer had a shoe repair shop there in the 1930's and was followed in 
the 1940's by VJ.T C Wilmot in the same business. Charles A. Spinney sold bicycles 
there in the early 1920's and was succeeded by 1928 by Carl Poole. Lester Cloudman 
operated his sheet metal shop there in the 1940' s and 50' s. One of the spaces has 
been a barber shop since the early 1940's, first Louie's, then John's, and now 
Russell Lindvol 1 ' s. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

East Bridgewater High School, STUDENT"S PEN, advertisements, 1920-1945. 

William Allen, Chronological Tables. 

Mr. Robert Flood 
Mrs. Edwin Whitmore 



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Date April 19, 1988 



Town East Bridgewater 



Address 31 West Union St 



Historic Name Fred Hunting's Home and 



Grocery Store 



Use: Present Two-family homP 

Original Boarding house 

DESCRIPTION: 



Date By 1874 



Source Ply Co Atlas; Brockton and 
Bridgewaters Directory 



Style 



Architect Unknown 



Exterior wall fabric Wood shingles, excep t 

facade above porch. 
Outbuildings None 



Major alterations (with dates) Since 19 10 
front porch enclosed (sun porch) , store 
front bricked-in, front entrance moved 
to location ot store entrance, clapboards 
replaced with shingles, blinds removed. 



Edily ell was guntj by 1 9 03 
Moved No Date 



Approx. acreage Less than 1 acre. 



Setting Entire street between Central 
and the RR a busy commercial area from 
the mid-1900's. Several other buildings 
of the period survive. Part of a 
proposed National Historic District. 



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Lacking in indentif iable architectural style, this house nonetheless 
represents its period in its ample proportions and solid construction. It 
recalls an earlier style of "affordable housing". 



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history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

By 1874, "A. W. Hicks, boarding house, Union near depot." 

By 1879, "Crescent House" shown as a large building with a very long ell to the 
south off the back. (Ply Co Atlas, 1879.) 

By 1889, T. S .H.Rounseville ' s boarding house, either still called Crescent House or 
American House. From a History of the Old Colony Railroad written in 
1893: "The American House, formerly the Crescent House, is a well- 
known hostelry of East Bridgewater of which T.S.H. Rounseville 
has been proprietor for the past four years. It is pleasantly 
located on Union Street, one of the most desireable streets of 
the town, conveniently near the depot, and offers excellent accommodations 
for transient and permanent guests. ... A well arranged stable 
is connected where horses may be hired or boarded on reasonable 
terms." (See notes on 11 Union for continuation of American House.) 

By 1906, Fred A. Hunting's home, where by the next year he had opened his 
grocery store in the basement. (See attached photo, ca. 1910.) 
Mr. Hunting's daughter, Elizabeth (Hunting) DeChambeau, wrote 
an interesting letter ca. 1970's describing her memories of both 
the inside and the outside of the house. (Photocopy in the Public 
Library) 

From the 1920' s [?], a two-family house. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

Plymouth County Map and Atlases, 1879 and 1903. 

Brockton and Bridgewaters Directories, 1874 - 1919. 

Elizabeth DeChambeau, Letter to Willard and Marion DeChambeau, ca. 1970's. 

Charles Ransden photograph in Historical Commission album, ca. 19 10. 



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In this store, Fred Hunting carried provisions, 
groceries, and meat. John De Chambeau worked for 
him. The store was below the street level. The 
family lived above in the 13 room house which, at 
one time, had been a boarding house. At that time 
a si, n .n "American House" was on the front, but it 
was moved up the'street and was for many years 
on the large house next to the corner building. 



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iress 225 West Union Street 



storic Name Murray Family Home 



e: Present Home (Agnes Murray lightfoo t) 

Original Hr>m<> (John & Ellen Murray ) 
DESCRIPTION: 

te 1869 

Source pi v n ft n flft ri W-6 ggj 

Family records; EB tax records. 
Style ^m worketfa cottage 

Architect unknown* 

Exterior wall fabric to&mStim tUmfm 

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Setting Que Q f fl grrmp of am«T3 hoiians nf 

similar construction and date clustered 

near the site of the iron works (active 

intermittently 1760-1887). Well-kept froni 
hark yards with trees and plantings, — High 
on "the bank*/ referred to in deeds and 
known locally as "Cinder Hill." 



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Shane is reminiscent of the cape style, but size reflects more the type 
of house elsewhere in the neighborhood: one and a half stories with very small 
rooms. All of these houses represent a period in the town's history when 
the industries then booming (mid-lSOC^s) were bringing a new work force into 
the community, many from other countries where architectural traditions were 
different. This house, unlike the others nearby, was obviously built by the 
family who were to live in it, not by the mill owners for inexpensive rent or sale. 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

John Murray's occupation is known only as "in the mill** His son Thomas, 
born in Ireland, does not appear in the 187k Directory: occupation unknown. 
Ellen C. Murray served the community for many years in the twentieth century 
as a devoted elementary teacher and musician. She is memorialized in an 
annual scholarship given by the EB Teachers 1 Association. 



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The house itself is remembered as hosting the choir rehearsals of 
St. John's Roman Catholic Church for many years. 

DEED SUMMARY 

Scott and Abigail Keith (land) 
1868 Ellen, wife of John Murray (land only) Deed 352:6 

(tax records show house by 1869) 
188U Thomas Murray, son of John and Ellen ^Deed recorded 1891* 
1926 Agnes A. Murray, widow of Thomas - Probate 
1926 Ellen C. Murray - Deed 1513:576 

1951* Agnes Murray Lightfoot, widow of William Lightfoot and sister of 
Ellen C. Murray - Probate 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

Plymouth County Deeds 1513*576, 352:6. 
Murray Family Records 

Town of East Bridgewater, "Valuations and Assessments," 1867-1870. 
Directory of Br ockt on t Bridgewater, Ea st and West Bri dgewater an d Abington fo r l37a-l 
(Bos tori , MA : "dr eenough , J ones , & Co . , 187U). 



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1. SITE NAME(S) 

Keith/Wara and Sheldon Mill Sltfl 



2. TOWN/CITY 

East Bridgewater 



3. STREET § NUMBER (IF NOT AVAILABLE, 
West Union Street, at the end of C 



4. OWNER(S) AND ADDRESS (ES) 
Town of East Bridgewater 



S . SITE LOCATED BY 

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EARLY 
IRON WORKS 

SIT^ 
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6a. PERIOD (S) (Check all applicable bobcesj 

LjUth C. Zl7i8th C. Z37l9th C. ^/ZOth C. /TUhknown 




6b. ESTIMATED OCCUPATION RANGE 




7. DATING 
METHOD 



Iron manufactures rolling gi-u-.t-.-j 



MAPS E B»waterl798, 1829, 
I8I18. 1870. 



TITLE SEARCH 
£7Yes Z^"No 



ng, nalli-maVing, other, 



COMPARATIVE MATERIALS 



ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS 
Wm Allen. ftLstorv of East Brldgmrater. 



OTHER 



1881;. 



8a. SITE TYPE ^/Agrarian /^Residential /^Industrial /^/Commercial /^/Military 

/"/Unknown rTOther (Specify) 
8b. INSCRIBE 

Stone remains of buildings and sluiceways from mill as it SLJLood la iflftn.g. 



9. DESCRIBE SIZE, HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL 
BOUNDARIES 



10. 




STRATIGRAPHY 

Surface Indicators Stratigraphy 
Standing ruins /"/S tratified 
Surface finds 27^° T Stratified 

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USDA Soil Series 



Contour Elevation 



Acidity 
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TOPOGRAPHY 

lat /""/Gentle undulation 
'Rolling Hills ZZ/Mountains 






13. WATER 



14. VEGE- 
TATTQN 



NEAREST WATER SOURCE 
Matfield River 



SIZE AND SPEED 



DISTANCE FROM SITE] SEASONAL AVAILABILI' 
On Site* I 




PRESDH* Bround-cover, brush, small tree^« PAST 

15. SITE INTEGRITY j IF DISTURBED, DESCRIBE DISTURBANCE 

/Tundisturbed /^/Good £7Fair ^/Destroyed ; stonework partially restored 1975-76. 

10. SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT ~ 

/~70pen Land /f/ Woodland ^/Eroded Soils /^Residential rTScattered Buildings 
/ /Commercial T_7 industrial / /Rural " Visible from Site 

//Coastal //Isolated 

1". ANY THREATS TO SITE DESCRIBE KflENTtAL THREATS: 

ZX/ Yes Z-/ No Natural decay due to lack of town funds to maintain BasAoBatioa, 

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3Y '.VHONVAFFILIATION Mr. Roland Wells Robbins uader DATE 



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1975-1977 
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25. ARCHAEOLOGICAL OR HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE 

Site of one of the earliest iron works in the America, first operated in 1760 
by David Keith and continued by his sons until 1329* Reorganized in 1835 and 
continued with increasing complexity under several ownerships until 1887« 



4. ATTACH TO THIS FORM PORTION OF USGS QUAD WITH SITE AREA MARKED 



25. SKETCH PLAN OF SITE 



Scale: 



26. PHOTOS: Attach if available 

Label each with: Date of photo, 
photographer, view shown, name of site 



NAME 
EPORTED Joan S. Leland 



ADDRESS 



BY: ORGANIZATION 

for East Bridgewater Hist Comm 



87 Pleasant St>, Bast Bridgewater MA, 02333 



DATE 



September 16, 1985 



FOR OFFICE USE ONLY 



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GROWTH OF OPERATIONS AT THE KEITH/ROGERS AND SHELDON MILL 

From East Bridgewater Assessments and Valuations : 

1825 Levi Keith and Sons ^ 

Zenas Keith and Sons^ J oirit °wn era ^P 



1837 



18U3 



Rolling mill and buildings $500 

Keith Iron Co* 

Rowling CsicJ Mill and factory 
1 dwelling house and outbuildings 
& Priviledge [water rights] 
15 Nailmac nines 

East Bridgewater Iron Company 

1 house r ?. Rolling Mill 

2 factories, Corn Mill 

Office & Priviledge, 3 acres land 



$3500 
750 



$14088 
750 



1857 



20 nail machines 

Phillips and Sheldon (East Bridgewater Iron Co») 

Roling Mill, Forge, Smith Shop, Nail 
Factory, Office, Water privilege, 
Machinery and Fixtures $21,600 



1866 



Stock in trade 
Rogers and Sheldon (East Bridgewater Iron Co.) 



8,000 



(new 1866) 



1887 



RollingMill 2000 Water Privilege, h acres 2880 
1 Nail Factory 21*0 
1 Forge 120 

1 Office and 3 outbuildings 320 

Keith lot, la 100 

1 ware house 50 

1 carpenter shop 25 

1 Blacksmith 75 

1 Coal House 80 

1 Store House kO 

1 office 50 

1 stable (from MU Hope Co.) 600 

Rogers and Sheldon at time of fire (from Keith Scrapbbok | 

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CHRONOLOGY OF ROGERS AND SHELDON MILL SITE 

Date Event Source 

1760 Rolling* and slitting mill established on the Mattfield Allen, Hist of EB ♦* 

River by David Keith and his younger brother George. 

1812 David Keith died. His sons Levi and Zenas carry on ibid, 

the mill. 

1829 Mill destroyed by fire. ibid. 

1835 Keith Iron Company Efiefctsa new mill on site, employ- ibid, 

ing expanded water power. ( Which Keiths not clear.) 

18U2 Mill continued under name of East Bridgewater Iron EB Valuations and 

Co. with some involvement of Mount Hope Iron Co. of Assessments, 181*2 -56 

Somerset. James Brown of EB owned property. X8I4.6— U7« 

1857-1861; Business expanded under same 1 name, entered in tax ibid, 1857-61; 

records as Phillips and Sheldon, but under S: Kimball 
Sheldon the more involved partner? 1857 evaluation $29,600. 

1865-1887 Business officially named East Bridgewater Iron Co. Allen, Hist of EB 

but 



appeared in tax records as Rogers and Sheldon (filed EB Valuations and 

under Sheldon). Assessments, 1865 - 

1887 Mill complex and business destroyed by fire. Keith scrapbook 

1911 (?) Kimball Sheldon, former millionaire, in abject ibid, 

poverty and despair, kills invalid wife and himself. 

1887-1972 Mill site ^ ^ ^ui „ s. 



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Maasion property purchased by Central Cemetery 
in /?3if . 

1972 East Bridgewater Sesquicentennial Committee revives Town Reports 1972-1978 

local interest in the mill site and its restoration. 

1975 Under the encouragement of the East Bridgewater ibid. 
Bicentennial Committee, Brodkton Edison Company deeds 
former mill property to the Town. Archeplogist 

Roland Wells Robbins engaged to assist with research, excavation, 
and restoration of site (not buildings). Walls, 
fire hearths and smokestack were rediscovered. and 
reconstructed. Artifacts were found. Site was 
cleaned of brush. 

1976 Clearing continued. Picnic areas laid out, trails ibid, 
laid, and marker placed. under Bicentennial Commission. 

1977 CETA personnel assist with maintenance of the site. ibid # 
under auspices of East Bridgewater Historical 
Commission. 

1978 Historical Commission regrets lack of town funding ibid, 
to continue maintenance of the mill site. 




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Aboriginal 

Agricultural 

Architectural 

The Arts 

Commerce 

Communication 

Community development 



Conservation 
Education 
Exploration/ 
settlement 
Industry 
Military 
Political 



Recreation 
Religion 
Science/ 
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Social/ 

humanitarian 
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9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) 

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Aboriginal Conservation Recreation 

Agricultural y Education Religion 

Architectural ^. Exploration/ Science/ 

The Arts settlement invention 



Commerce Industry y- Social/ 

Communication Military humanitarian 

Community development Political Transportation 



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Photograph 

(3"x 3" or 3-1/2" x 5" black and white only) Label photo on 
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Town East Bridaewater 




Place (neighborhood or village) West Village/ adjacen t 
to Matf ield River 

Address 325 West Union Street 

Historic Name Captain Joseph Keith III 

Uses: Present sin g le famil y dwelling house 

a i dwelling house, barn and Smith's 
shop 
pnstruction 1745 



Plymouth County Land Records 

Antique Cape Cottage with double 
front gables 

Builder nnlmnwn ; , 

llaterial: 

| )n fieldstone rubble, some granite 

|m painted cedar shingles 



I sphalt shingles 



ings/Secondary Structures ell perpendicular 
^fee connecting to barn and smith's sho p 

Major Alterations (with dates) gables added after 179 8 
and there is evidence the structure was . 

enlarged 



Condition good 



Sliftkiq 

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>*od Moved bd no G yes Date 

Acreage more than 2 



Recorded by Jeanne 3. White 



Setting The home is set back approximately 50' 



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BUILDING FORM 

ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION see continuation sheet 

^^cribe architectural features. Evaluate the characteristics of this building in terms of other buildings within the community. 

The double gables added to the front of this antique Cape Cod cottage make it very 
unique to the West Village area. Originally constructed as a center-chimney Cape, it is 
set on a fieldstone rubble foundation (with a cellar) at the rear and a rough cut granite 
foundation on the front of the structure, which sits over a crawl space (possibly altered 
when the house was enlarged and the gables were added). The attached ell, as well as the 
barn and what was the smith's shop, are set on fieldstone rubble foundations. 

Although the structure of the home has been remodeled over the years, with a rear 
dormer added to the home in the last half of this century, many of its original elements 
remain intact. The wide pine flooring has been maintained throughout the home. An unusually 
carved newel post remains at the base of the stairs on the east side of the home. The 
moldings in the home are simple, and the walls are of horsehair plaster over cut lath. The 
center chimney, covered over at some time, was discovered by the present owners while 
renovating the dining room. It had been constructed of ballast-type bricks, measuring 
7" X 3" X IV'. 

The entire structure is of post and beam construction, and the current owners have 
replicated the old beams in the renovating process, maintaining the home's historical 
integrity and buil ding style. There is no ridge beam, and although the roof boards 
HISTORICAL NARRATIVE H see continuation sheet 

Discuss the history of the building. Explain its associations with local (or state) history. Include uses of the building, and the role(s) 
the owners/occupants played within the community. 

In 1745, just prior to his marriage to Anne Turner, Joseph Keith III (great-grandson 
of Bridgewater ■ s first Minister, Reverend James Keith) built his Cape Cottage home on the 
southeasterly side of his father's- homestead. A blacksmith by trade, the barn and attached 
f Smith's shop were connected to the house by an ell. On June 1, 1749, Joseph Keith is deeded 
the land upon which he built his home "for parental love and affection" by his father, Joseph. 
Two sons were born to Joseph and Anne Keith, but sadly both died in infancy before 1751. 

During England's conflicts with the French in 1755, Joseph Keith III served the 
colonial army, attaining the rank of Captain, a title which is used until his death, probably 
to also aid in distinguishing him from his father. 

On March 1, 1762, Captain Joseph Keith sells this home and its land to his younger 
brother, David Keith. David, who just two years earlier had purchased most of their father's 
homestead after their mother had died, had also (along with youngest brother George) built 
America's first iron rolling and slitting mill just south of this particular homestead house. 
David and his family live in this home for a short while, then it is rented to brother George 
for some years until David gives the home to his eldest son, David Keith, Jr. in 1777. 
When young David dies in 1778, the home still remains in the family, with David Sr. as the 
owner of record until 1785. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES Q see continuation sheet 

United States Federal Census Records, 1790-1880 

State of Massachusetts Census Records, 1855, 1865 

State of Massachusetts Tax Records, 1798 

Historical Maps of East Bridgewater: 1798, 1829, 1848, 1879, 1887 

Miner, Robert G. Colonial Architecture in Massachusetts , New York: Arrow Press/Crown 
Publishers, 1977. 

iJPtoherty, Katherine M. ed. History Highlights: Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Taunton, MA: 

William S. Sullwold, Publishing, 1976. 

□ Recommended for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. If checked, you must attach a completed National 
Register Criteria Statement form. 



INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET 

Massachusetts Historical Commission 
ih^ssachusetts archives building 
I™ Morrissey Boulevard 
Boston, Massachusetts 02125 



Town Property Address 

East Bridqevater 325 West Union S treet 

Area(s) Form No. 



ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION (Continued) 



are horizontally placed, but this would probably be a result of the amount of alterations 
done to the roof line since its original construction. 

The split logs used as framing members for the home are covered with horizontal 
exterior sheathing of wide boards. Although cedar shingles now cover the exterior of the 
structure, the original clapboarding remains underneath. Some of the original exterior 
window frames remain intact. 

The outbuildings on the property connect to the west side of the house, but have been 
sadly neglected over time. Original windows do remain intact in both the barn and the 
smith's shop. The most interesting of these being two tiny windows in the North wall of 
the shop. 



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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET Town Property Address 

East Bridgevater 325 West Unio n Street 

Massachusetts Historical Commission 

>^ssachusetts archives building 
Ito Morrissey Boulevard 
Boston, Massachusetts 02125 

HISTORICAL NARRATIVE (Continued) 

In an unusual number of deeds in the year 1785, David Keith transfers the entire Keith 
family homestead "and all the buildings thereon" to his eldest son, Levi. In these deeds, 
David duly mentions the fact that Levi resides in the "old house he is improving" (currently 
480 North Central Street) and second son Zenas (b. 1766) has possession of the dwelling house 
"northerly of the Slitting Mill road". It should be noted that David Keith built a large 
home (currently 492 North Central Street) in 1785, after his second marriage to Charity 
Kingman Brett, and had two more sons. Abruptly, in November of 1791, Levi Keith returns all 
those properties and buildings back to the possession of David Keith. It is possible that 
these transactions were prompted by a pending lawsuit against David's younger brother John 
Keith, whom David had involved in his business dealings. (John Keith's property was seized 
in 1790 and given to the Plaintiff in the case. Prior to the seizure, however, David Keith 
had paid John to disclaim any inheritance from their father, Joseph Keith.) It could be 
surmised that these transactions were completed to protect the family's homestead. 

In August of 1793, David Keith once again splits the homestead. The easterly half, 
partially bounded by the northerly end of the Slitting Mill road (presently Ellis Lane), is 
deeded jointly to Levi and Zenas. The westerly half, including the large house, David will 
deed to his two youngest sons, David, Jr. and Calvin. Additionally, David deeds his two 
^Ldest sons a "one-quarter share" each in the Keith mill, retaining one-half for himself. 
^x>n David Keith's death in 1812, that one-half share in the slitting mill is divided between 
sons David, Jr. and Calvin. However, as hard times hit the two youngest of David's sons, 
and the westerly half of the homestead went to auction, it was actually Levi and Zenas who 
purchased the auctioned property, resulting in their complete ownership of what had been their 
father's and grandfather's homestead. 

It is not until the death of Charity Keith, David's second wife, that Levi and Zenas 
split the homestead between themselves. A line was drawn directly through the center (north- 
south), resulting in Levi's possession of the westerly half, and Zenas' possession of the 
easterly, including this home. 

Zenas Keith had married Jane Cary (the daughter of Ephraim Cary) in 1792, and the couple 
raised eight children in this home: Zenas, Jr., Scott, Willard, Jane, Margaret Orr, Mary 
Augusta, Ann Maria and Susan Frances. Forming a corporation as Zenas Keith and Sons, they 
worked along with Levi Keith and Sons to purchase many of the local manufacturing plants and 
mills to create an enormous conglamorate . Their holdings as a family included not only David's 
Rolling and Slitting Mill (the first in America), but also a nail works, several mills, and 
ultimately the Orr Works. 

In 1827, Zenas deeds all his property and business holdings to his three sons in exchange 
for the care of both himself and his wife until their deaths. Later that year, Zenas, Jr. and 
Scott deed this home to Willard Keith. The two eldest sons built homes along North Central 

Street . 

This home remains in the possession of the Keith family until July 8, 1885, when Eliza 
Keith, the widow of Willard, sells the house and five acres of land to Florence Churchill, an 
heir of Dr. Harris. Despite the 1848 East Bridgewater map indicating that Mr. Ripley was 
residing in this home, land records indicate that he did hold a mortgage on the house at that 
i-ime. Census records for this period indicate that the Keiths are still residing in the home. 

The house has passed through several owners since it has left the possession of the 
Keiths. 



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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET 

Massachusetts Historical Commission 
fc^ssachusetts archives building 
^tt) Morrissey Boulevard 
Boston, Massachusetts 02125 



Town 

East Bridgewater 



Property Address 

325 West Union Street 



Area(s) 



Form No. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY (Continued) 



Mitchell, Nahum History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater , Boston: Kidder and Wright, 
1840. 

Light, Sally House Histories , New York: Golden Press, Inc., 1995. 

Allen, William History of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts from Hurd's History of Plymouth 
County , reprinted by the East Bridgewater Historical Commission, with permission. (1884) 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY LAND RECORDS: 

633,306 

536,304 

523,212 

210, 128-29 

188,173 

161, 94-95 
gtf7,133 
~ , 30 

75, 18 

75, 24 

64, 89 

55, 22 

40, 273 



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in relation to nearest cross streets and 
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! William R« Hathaway Homestead 



ent use Home 



nt owner Warren and Marion Burt 



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By 1 329 . likely c. 1812 

(Map of EB , 1829 
urcegj "Valuations," 1837-18U6 

m# c o Deed, 31B-178 
Modified cape 

Architec t unknown* Builder probably 
Richard Thayer (SrO of WB 
Exterior wall fabric Aluminum (applied by 

previous ownersV 
Outbuildings (describe) Barn and connectin g 

sheds, all 19th c. 
Other features 



Front gable added, probably I81r5>» 
Four west windows lengthened to floor, 
Altered Date 20th c. 



Moved 



No 



Date 



5. Lot size: 



One acre or less 



Over one acre x 



Approximate frontage 



Ml 



Approximate distance of building from street 

20[ 

Research by Warren & Marion Burt 
6. Recorded by j oa n S« Leland 



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Date N arch X9 , 19&1 



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7. Original owner (if known) Probably Richard Thayer (Sr.) of West Bridgewater 

Original use Farmhouse 

Subsequent uses (if any) and dates 



8. Themes (check as many as applicable) 



Aboriginal 

Agricultural 

Architectural 

The Arts 

Commerce 

Communication 

Community development 



Conservation 
Education 
Exploration/ 
settlement 
Industry 
Military 
Political 



Recreation 
Religion 
Science/ 
invention 

Social/ 

humanitarian 
Transportation 



9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) 

An 1863 deed cites title back to Richard Thayer, The Thayer s farmed many acres 
which straddled the East and West Bridgewater lines. Richard Sr. lived in West 
Bridgewater and, as of 1879, so did his older son, Earl. Until 1838, Richard, Sr. 
was. {assessed for a house in East Bridgewater which was "put to Earl" that year. 
The same year Richard, Sr. conveyed his WB home to the younger son, Richard, Jr., 
who until then had voted, but not owned a house in East Bridgewater $ the next 
year Richard, Jr. appeared on the tax records as a non-resident (of EB). Earl 
was never taxed for a house in EB, but William Hathaway, who until 1838 was 
taxed only for a vote, in 1839 began being assessed for a house with the same 
amount of land that had been deducted from the land conveyed tofirfi by Richard, Sr. 

The deed is missing, but everything else points to the fact that either Richard, Sr< 
sold directly to Hathaway in 1838, or he conveyed it to Earl (that deed also 
missing) who immediately sold it to Hathaway. 

Who lived in the house from 1829 or before until 1838? Probably young Richard. 






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Richard Thayer (then Earl, brief ly?) 
? T855 William R. Hathaway 
" and heirs until 
1900 Lilla F. Barns 
1905 lydia T. Chase 
^_^ Josephine Chase, M.D. 
196U Kepneth W. and Ruth Steere 
1973 Ernest and Patricia M. Gallo 
5 975 Gennaro and Marjorie Barrasso 



Deed referred to but missing. 

813-UOO 

91ii-22 

Probate 1*92-211* 

3161-3^5 

3873-57 

1*121-691 



10. Bibliography and/or references (such as local histories, deeds, assessor's records, 
early maps, etc.) 



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in relation to nearest cross streets and 
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^ame The Brett Homestead 



Present use Home 



Present owner Henry & Christine Hall 
Description: 



Date By 1828 



Source ply Co Deed 16^:33 



;tyle Cape Cod cottage 



Architect unknown 



Exterior wall fabric Wood shingles 
Outbuildings (describe) No 
Other features 



Altered No 



Moved no 



Date 
Date 



5. Lot size: 

One acre or less x Over one acre 
Approximate frontage est 100' 



Approximate distance of building from street 

IS' 

6. Recorded by j oa n S« Leland 

Organization East Bridgewater Hist c omm 
Date March 19 , 198U 



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Original use Built by Algernon Brett between 1825 and 1828, apparently for hlaelderly 

father to live in. 
Subsequent uses (if any) and dates \ 

8. Themes (check as many as applicable) ) 
Aboriginal Conservation Recreation 



Agricultural Education Religion 

Architectural Exploration/ Science/ 

The Arts settlement invention 

Commerce ZZZZ Industry Social/ 

Communication Military humanitarian 

Community development Political Transportation 

9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) 



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182£ Algernon Sidney Brett (son of Uriah) Deed referred to but not found j land only. 

1828 Uriah Brett, gentleman 16U-33 Life lease 

1885? Algernon S. Brett and William B. Ripley 5l6-li09 

until 

1925 Various members of the Brett family, many deeds. 

1925 Henry T. Hayward ll|82-$79 

1962 N. Edward Lundberg and Robert E. Lundberg (did not live there) 2910-21*0 

1961a Henry and Christine Hall 3135-370 

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10. Bibliography and/or references (such as local histories, deeds, assessor's records, 
early maps, etc. ) 



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SKETCH MAP 

Show property's location in relation 
to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 




Researched by Lloyd and Christine Cote 
Recorded by Joan ■Leland 



Organization East Bririgewater Hist Comra 
Date January 21, 1935 




East Bridffewater 



::ss' 33 Whitman Street 



5»ric Name Nancy and Sarah Whitman 



ht owners tLlnyd nnr* Christine HoU 



Present Home 



Original Home 



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Source f)atn r.nrvoA nn rtPlViy hf>am 
Style Qape Cod - Cnntral Chimnpy 



(Architect) .',,11^^ possibly Asa '/hitman fnr 

his older sister 3. 

Exterior wall fabric ¥ood r la phoarris 



Outbuildings Garage. 1922. 



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Major alterations (with dates) Fll. 
before 1900; front and side windows from £ 
6/6 to 2/1, about 1920. Bathroom, 1925. gr 
Pantry removed to enlarge kitchen, 1961. 



No, but building materials came from* 

Moved h ouse across street . Date to 

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Approx. acreage J_ 



Setting Tn oldest i n dustrial hpp.M nn of 
town, with historic Carver Cotton Gin Co. 
directly opposite . Sachem Rock within five 
minuted walk, and the Fish Weir (center of 
the Bridgewater Purchase) ten minutes' 
walk. Whitman Street laid out. 1.690. 



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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and , f 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

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Typical of the mid-1800 1 s, when folks wanted a little "more modern" hou3e« 
(Quote is from Mrs. Hobart ! s letter describing why the spinster seamstresses had 
the house built. ) 



HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

Asa Whitman, who probably built the house, was the only son among the eleven 
children of Peter Whitman (son of Deacon Thomas). His sisters, both seamstresses 
and unmarried, were Nancy (1778-181*3) and Sarah (1?79-I361i). After their father's 
death in 1801 these three lived in his house on the opposite side of Whitman Street 
(now gone). 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

Plymouth County Deeds and Probate: Deed 3089:^26; wills of the Whitman family. 
Faroan, THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH 



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to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 





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Office of the Secretary, State House, Boston 



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Approximate distance of building from street 

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Original use /iho—y-r) £L | 

Subsequent uses (if any) and dates 

8. Themes (check as many as applicable) 

^f^' nal , Conservation Recreation 

aSS T , ^ • ■ EducatIon Religion 

TneArts Exploration/ science/ 

* neArts settlement invention 

Commerce Industry Social/ 

Communication Militarv u ,* , 

Community deveiopmcnt — SSSSS — Trans^rtS 

9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) 

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MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

294 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 






SKETCH MAP 

Show property's location in relation 
to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 




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HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

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Office of the Secretary, State House, Boston 



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In Area no. 



Form no. 



1. Town Jras-f Bn'4 q^l i*raf*r- 
ddress /}# l/Ufi \ i-fan «sn Sf" 

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c hitect 

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Original use /fy tn €/ LMarYi t^ V */;>-</ Jvri *\f> JH'** fZ^odJ 

Subsequent uses (if any) and dates 



8. Themes (check as many as applicable) 

Aboriginal • Conservation Recreation 

Agricultural Education Itnliglon 

Architectural ^ Exploration/ bcionco/ 

The Arts settlement invention 

Commerce ZZZZ Industry Social/ 

Communication ^ Military humanitarian 

Community development Political ~~ Transportation 



9. Historical significance (includo explanation of themes cheeked above) 

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<Jorda*% ._ o*+'t /<?****, Tfie^n -tv /Lc-nahct or*cl A}ar/r>y 

& fccyn -firo^- Htm 'V> rcah ~h>rr\ JoiaT" • ^oi ctctH en? 




10. Bibliography and/or references (such as local histories, deeds, assessor's records, 
early maps, etc.) 



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geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate 




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294 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02108 




SKETCH MAP 

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to nearest cross streets and/or 
geographical features. Indicate 
all buildings between inventoried 
property and nearest intersection. 
Indicate north. 




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Recorded b y E-cAhcl. L, Wk.' hoi^fE 
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Setting Nevt fa F/^uy^ 
friV^r* ^U^ -U tTt 



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ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE (Describe important architectural features and 
evaluate in terms of other buildings within the community.) 

Tfcij IS CL Cape Cottage. lA/MitM WdS-:-. C<rvy\m(r^ 

We beft«. -/^e days f a€ ~H> C Sjd^ M .£*rfoL+l* 

n«v\y Urn wood !/) tfr^t^ bwi/tth t£<<l c£a y s rf.Jfc 
S^e Slru?^ uvtui. of j-fie \attcjr §^ y / €/ ' 

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE (Explain the role owners played in local or state 

history and how the building relates to the development of the community.) 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES (name of publication, author, date and publisher) 

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MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 
Office of the Secretary, State House, Boston 



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ti) infer d^"- 



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|ne 

isonl use 
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other structures, natural features. Indicate 




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y/ pound 

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street 

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other Mi// -pt> vr></&//Cr} > a/o/>rt>X /£- 

5. Description 

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Source QsfUlC6n'fanni'*/ S o ck. /973 



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early maps, etc. 

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